{array} is an environment used in {math-mode}. It can be useful when aligning terms.

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Multiple arrays side-by-side?

what I've been trying to do is to pack multiple arrays on a single 'row', similar to what subfig module does with images (and tables, I guess); mostly to conserve space. Something like this: I ...
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How to include an array in cell of a tabular environment

For an equation that has an array we use \\ for new row as well, and \newline didn't work, and this is understood by the tabular environment as a new row! Would appreciate all the help!
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tabular and array

Consider the following example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{array} \usepackage{calc} \begin{document} \begin{tabular}{p{\textwidth - 3cm}|p{1cm}<{foo}} Caption1 & Caption2\\ ...
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Is there a \foreach function that works in the preamble?

Tikz/PGF has an extremely useful implementation of \foreach, which allows for instance the construction \foreach \x / \y in {1/a,2/b,3/c,4/d} {\x is a lot like \y} in which you can iterate over a ...
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How to make a table column disappear? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Easiest way to delete a column? I have many table in my document, and I have decided I don't want one of their columns to appear in the output. I don't want to just ...
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Right Align Equation Number with hfill in Custom Environment

I have a couple of custom environments that I want to be able to use \hfill to right align the last column (similar to what {align} environment does with equation labels}. I attempted to use \hfill ...
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Changing elements of arrays in Beamer without shifting the unchanging elements.

An array is to be displayed in a Beamer presentation with some elements constant across all slides in the frame. Other array elements, however, must change with the overlay in the frame and are of ...
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Array problem, can only have one row.

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, I'm trying to create a line of bits with labels. I'm trying to do this with an array: $\begin{array}{c|ccccccc} \mbox{L1} & \mbox{L2} & \mbox{L3} & ...
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Problem with \bordermatrix inside array

When a \bordermatrix is placed inside an array, the spacing between rows will be wrong (see the MWE below). What is causing this problem? Is there a solution? \documentclass{book} \begin{document} ...
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Cannot make latex multicolumn work

I am trying to make a matrix in LaTeX. Now I am trying to make a table with multicolumn like a b c d у So I coded \usepackage{arydshln} \usepackage{array} \usepackage{amsmath} ...
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Adding colour to table cells when decimals are aligned with arrays and {.} used in the column definition

I've got a table (below) that aligns the decimal points of my data - I wish to highlight a value (2 adjacent cells), however this leaves a white space where the decimal point is! If I increase the ...
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bordermatrix with blocks

I need to write a complicated matrix, that has a structure as in the attached picture.
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Right-aligned columns using the tabularx environment

I'm trying to typeset a matrix which has entries of differing widths. However, for aesthetic reasons, I would like each of the columns of the matrix to be the same width, and I'd furthermore like ...
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How can I process an array using TikZ 2.00 syntax?

I use TikZ/PGF 2.00. In the CVS PGF manual pag. 563 we have \def\myarray{{1,"two",2+1,"IV","cinq","sechs",sin(\i*5)*14}} \foreach \i in {0,...,6}{\pgfmathparse{\myarray[\i]}\pgfmathresult, } My ...
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How to get TikZ nodes not to change alignment?

I'm still working on rendering a nice block matrix. I've been using BMAT but it is irrelevant for the question at hand. I want to connect various entries in an array/matrix/BMAT by lines, and I'm ...